Simple Vertical List

Simple as can be! That's the good old box type "Simple Vertical List".
You can change the following content and styling settings:

General Options

  • Box Title (just be creative...)
  • Max. Number of Entries (Free users are limited, premium users are unlimited)
  • Sort Articles (ascending or descending in terms of publishing date)

General Layout Options

  • Width of Box
  • Height of Box (optional, standard value is auto-height)
  • Padding Around Items

General News Item Options

  • Open Links in New Window (yes or no)
  • Remove HTML Formatting (this is sometimes very helpful, especially when the feed contains strange HTML-tags or CSS-styles)
  • Max. Length of Item Title (optional, can be activated if titles are very long or when the lengths differ very often)
  • Max. Length of Item Description (optional, same as above. If this option is activated, our tool automatically removes all HTML-tags from the description for technical reasons)

Font Options

  • Font-Family
  • Box Title Size (px)
  • Item Title Size (px)
  • Item Description Size (px)

Text Colors

  • Box Title Color (HEX)
  • Item Title Color (HEX)
  • Item Description Color (HEX)

Background Colors

  • Box Title Background (HEX)
  • Item Background (HEX)

Borders and Separations Lines

  • Box Border (px)
  • Box Border Color (HEX)
  • Separation Lines (px)
  • Separation Line Color (HEX)


Examples

L.A. Times - Movie News

'Aquaman' director James Wan: 'I didn't want to make a traditional superhero movie'

Just 48 hours ago, James Wan says, he was climbing the steep and winding steps of the Great Wall of China — a relatively relaxing exercise compared to the 14-hour a day, seven days a week pace he’d been grinding away at for the last three months to cross the finish line with “ Aquaman,” the sixth...

Live streamer Patti Beers was banned from Twitter even as she’s turning the filmmaking of resistance on its head

The videos by live streamer Patti Beers vary in length from seconds to hours. Played back to back, however, they become one endless movie documenting political resistance in Los Angeles. She may be L.A.’s most independent filmmaker, and she’s part of a movement reinventing the political documentary...

Reviews: The tragedy of 'Avicii,' Linda Thorson and Stuart Margolin enliven 'The Second Time Around' and other films

Levan Tsikurishvili spent four years behind the scenes shooting “Avicii: True Stories,” a documentary about Swedish DJ/producer Avicii (née Tim Bergling) —detailing his meteoric rise to fame as well as his ups and downs: struggles with his mental and physical health and aggressive management. When...

Review: Lars von Trier's 'The House That Jack Built' is mostly empty

The idea of Danish filmmaker Lars von Trier’s new “The House That Jack Built” is the most exciting thing about it. Can the notorious provocateur prince of international art cinema use the forensic procedural of a serial killer story to interrogate his own internalized misogyny and the complicated...

Review: ‘Mortal Engines,’ a visual marvel, is half wonderful, half monotonous

“Mortal Engines” is such a visual marvel, such a dazzling, pictorially involving imagining of the future, it’s a shame it’s not completely worth seeing. For though it’s based on the first volume of Philip Reeve’s highly regarded young adult series and adapted by the same trio who won an Oscar for...